Each year when the Canadiens get eliminated from the playoffs, it’s a happy day for Michael Felger.
Considering Tyler Seguin was in the building with the Dallas Stars, the young center who’s tied for the NHL lead in points was obviously a topic of discussion.
Maybe the Bruins are saving up all their determination and venom for the inevitable playoff showdown with the Montreal Canadiens.
If you heard the collective voice of millions of people in Boston screaming “Finally!” then at least now you know why.
The Bruins will play the Montreal Canadiens in an outdoor game at Gillette Stadium on Jan. 1, 2016.
The Boston Bruins will once again be hosting the Winter Classic.
According to TiqIQ, the average secondary market price for the game on Saturday is $296.25, 44.5% above the average price across all 2014-15 Bruins tickets on the secondary market.
Whether they’re trading a top-four defenseman on the eve of the regular season, sending a player deserving of a chance in the NHL back to the American League for more seasoning or doling out goaltending assignments, the Bruins are always looking at the big picture.
Should the Bruins be protecting their top goaltender from their fiercest rival? Joe Haggerty doesn’t think so.
“Disastrous” is one word to describe the Bruins’ two-game Canadian road trip.